We need your help

Alright, vast majority of public nation/whoever reads this site, I need your input.

As it would be, Aaron and I have gone back and forth and back and forth on a female name for this baby, we have a male name set in stone and although we have a list of maybe’s we can’t seem to put our finger on “the one”. I’m a tad bit aggravated by this. I want a name for a girl so I can stop thinking about girl names 24/7 and wondering if we’ll name it “baby schaap” until she’s 4 months old and we finally decide on something. I don’t want a “baby schaap”. I want a named child. Boy or girl. and right now, all I’ve got is boy.

So please, muster all your courage and POST a suggestion. Sometime in January, if any of you won, you’ll know (if we have a girl) and if we have a boy, then fun for you … maybe next one’ll be a girl and we’ll keep it a secret until then.

Guidelines:
I’m seriously asking for suggestions … If I get someone telling me I should name my kid Thelma/Dorothy/Patsy Schaap … I’ll hurt you. So be nice, and honest.

OR if you don’t want to give up your name choices in hopes that someday you’ll too have this dilemma, then give me suggestions about good sites to visit, etc.

Now happy commenting, I’m waiting.

6 thoughts on “We need your help

  1. one of my favorites is Olivia, my boss was going to name her little girl Hazel Ruth, i like Biblical names, but its harder for a girl than a bay when it comes to that. do you have any good middle names of females in either of your families? i like keeping traditions like that… something a friend of mine did, named his daughter Cara, b/c caara (said in an accent i can’t type) in greek means joy, so if you have something like that we could do some research… ummm that’s about all i can think of for now. i’ll keep thinking for you though, good luck!!

  2. Thanks for the suggestions so far! Keep em comin!
    We do actually have the middle name for a girl already, funny thats how we started with the boys name too. We had the middle names before we had the first.
    Africa is very influentual for me because of my history there, but the names that have meaning to me are too hard to convert to English and the actual african name would be more of a burden for spelling and pronunciation than the meaning.
    So we’ll see … 🙂

  3. Thanks Jason,
    atleast you’re trying – as for all you other readers, I know there’s more than 3 … you talk to me on a daily basis. Get your comments runnin! Someone needs to invent some type of intimidation machine for the internet so people will POST COMMENTS WHEN PROMPTED.
    Mood swing #137 of Oct 4, 2004
    aka Going to be a mom, someone I haven’t met yet is kicking me and I’m ok with it, for now.

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